If you’re a veteran diagnosed with sleep apnea, understanding the sleep apnea VA rating can help you get the disability compensation you deserve.
Veterans can receive a VA rating for restless legs syndrome on its own or as a secondary service connection to sleep apnea or PTSD.
There is a link between sleep apnea and post-traumatic stress disorder. This article explains how a veteran may connect the two to military service and receive VA disability benefits.
Although the VA does not offer direct disability benefits for obesity, veterans can receive benefits for obesity-related conditions.
If your sleep schedule is messed up because of a service-connected disability, you might get VA Disability for Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder.
If your nose is more open on one side than the other because of your time in the service, you might get VA disability for a deviated septum.